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THE DjVILY HERALD
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EXCEPT SUNDAYS
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THE DAILY HERALD
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TUKSDAY JULY 12 1887
THE LOAN
AND THE PACIFIC
MISSION
Wc learn that the Cabinet anticipa
ting the suggestion of a contemporary
that they should take the public into
sttiM
their confidence as fully as public inter
ests would permit have agreed Upon
a policy of keeping the press fully in
formedupon the results of their councils
While much of tlie time of the new
Ministers has been given to the restora
tion of order out of the chaos In which
they found everything plunged yet they
have found time to consider and tern
porarily dispose of several important
matters which have been pressing for
settlement Chief among these have
been the matter of the Loan and forma
tion of a policy with regard to it We
arc in a position to state on this point
that the Government have refuted to
sign the illegal form of bond presented
by the ehterprising Londoner or to
submit to the exorbitant charges placed
by that coterie against the realizations
which charges by the way reached the
near vicinity of twenty ftr cent of the
whole amount realized
A fitting dtnoutmtnt of the crazy
Sumoan ambassy has been nearly reach
ed in the commands that have gone
forward to Mr Poor to at once realize
upon Government property in that fair
clime and tike the first opportunity of
returning with the balance of the lega
tion to Honolulu It is we bclfcvc
already an dpen secret that the Hon
orable John E Dush was recalled some
time since in deference to written re
quests of King Malietoa and several of
his chiefs addressed to His Majesty
personally Mr Bushs eccentricity
the indulgence in which moved those
sable dignitaries to such an unusual re
quest was an inordinate love for small
stores with the usual result
And so ends the dream of empire in
the South Pacific R I P
THE PRIVY COUNCIL
We iiave heard many complaints of
that feature of the new Constitution
which permits the continued existence
ol the Kings Privy Council of State
such complaints being based upon a
recollection of the abuses which have
been practised by that body during the
past two or three years and which the
respectable minority in the Council
could not restrain If the new Consti
tution had not completely clipped the
wings of that body it would have been
seriously defective beyond a doubt
But a studyofthat document will show
beyond all question that the Council
undcrtheprescntlimitationsisabsolutely
powerlessforharm Thus Article 40 pro
vides for the existence of the Privy
Council and that the King shall ap
point its members but this appointing
power is by the terms of Article 78
materially restrained and made to
mean that the Cabinet shall make the
appointments to that body Thus the
elemental feature of the membership is
directly under control of the Cabinet
As to the powers and functions of
the Council it is provided by Article 40
that it shall be for advising the King
in all matters for the good of the State
wherein he may require its advice but
its powers are expressly confined to
those conferred by the Constitution in
terms and it nowhere appears that
any legislative function is vested in the
Council Whereas in the past large
sums of money have been expended
upon the vote of the Privy Council
hereafter their only function in that
direction sec Article 15 will be to
register by a majority vote of all its
members the unanimous vote of the
Cabinet to draw money from the
Treasury between sessions of the Leg-
islatufcj without the sanction of an
appropriation but only then in the
emergency of war inyasion rebellion
pestilence or other public disaster
This is surely not a wide license to the
Council nor one to be in the least depre
catcd
The only function of the Council
remaining for discussion is its power to
advise the King to convene the Legis
lature in extraordinary session as per
Article 28 Tnii power was designed
as a check upon an unwise or corrupt
Cabinet when between sessions of the
Legislature they should so abuse their
trust as to render necessary the
bling of the Legislature upon whose
vote of want of confidence alone such
Cabinet can be dismissed Article 41
In such case it is imperative that
some power of convening the Legisla
turc should exist independent of the
Cabinet It will thus be seen that the
former abuses practised by the Privy
Council ore impossible of repetition
and if that body hereafter docs no good
it can at least do no harm
11 tltlioritn
Iortlin OM00
Juiv J 1887
Mr lohann Prledrich Muller Jr hat been
appointed Ms Hawaiian Majestys Conml at
llremcn Germany
It hat pleased Ills Majesty the King to ap
point the following gentlemen to be Commis
sioners of Crown Lands
Hit Excellency Hon V L Green vice
Hon W M Gibson resigned
Hit Excellency Godfrey Brown vice Hon
P P Kanoa resigned
The following constitute the Hoard of Commissioners-
Their Excellencies the Han V L Green
Hon Godfrey llrown
Hon Antone Row
July 7 1887
It bat pleased Hit Majesty the King to ap
point
Mr Antone Kosa
To be a member of Hit Privy Council ol
State
PROCLAMATION
KalaUua King of the Hawaiian Islands
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-
To all subjecti and resldenti of the Hawa
Ian Kingdom greeting
Know ye that I did on the Oth day of July
A I 1887 abrogate the Constitution granted
by Ills late Majesty Kamehameha V on the
30th day of August lE6t being moved there
to by the advice ol my Cabinet Counrll and
in pursuance of inch sdvice did sign ordain
and publish a new Constitution for consider
ations appearing therein which Constitution
lining this day been duly promulgated It now
and from henceforth shall Win full furcc and
effect as the lunuamcntal law ol thit land
Of thlt let all persons take due notice and
govern themselves accordingly
Oiven at the Royal Talace of Iolani at
Honolulu on the 71I1 day of July A D 1887
KALAKAUA HEX
By the King
LATHURSTON
Minister of the Interior
Xotloo to Corporations
t
In conformity with Section 144 1 of the
Civil Code all corporations are hereby re
quested to mako fiill and accurate exhibits of
their affairs to the Interior Department on or
before the 314 day of July Inst the tame
being for the ytar ending July 1 1887
Blank for U purpose will be furnished
upon application at the Interior Office
L A THURSTON
Minister of the Interior
Interior Office July 8 1887
It has pleased His Majetly the King to ap
point the following gentlemen to be members
of the Hoard of Education
Hon Chat R Bishop President
Hon W I Alexander
Hon H A- Widemann
Hon S Mj Damon
Is pxcdlencyWm L Green
Iolani Palace July 7 18875
HI mm 1 1 n ii -
It hat pleased His Majesty the King to ap
polntthe follawlngjgcnllemcn members of the
IJurcauof Immigratlont
Hon J S Wker
Hon J A Cummins
Hon Samuel G Wilder
Hon A S Cleghorn
Iolani Talace July 7 1887
It has pleated His Majesty the King in
Privy Council toappoint the Toltovng gentle
men numbers of the Hoard ofHealthi
i - l r 1
Dr G Troutseau President
Hon A S Cleghorn
His Excellency Wm L Gresn
Ulanl Palace July 7 1
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general 3lbuctiixscmcnts
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DR PARDEES
REMEDY
TheOnlrHtlUMsBlooJ rurlRer
A SPECIFIC FOR
RIJOGTJMATIftM
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Netiratgln Ring Worm
And nil otker Skin rb3 Blood Disease
IT MVLATM Qi
LIVER AND KIDNEY
Carts InStMtlM l till dbtMa rtc
a Mt etWtd caHoh or the njttm
Dr Mamine of tendon tlio cele
brated nnoclallst says of PARDEES
REMEDY j I linvo used It for IWcnty
yenrfl for lilood Disease nuclt rnt
Scrofula Salt Rhoum Tctcr rind Cancer
and I canrotiwommond It too highly
Tho UrvDiTnoMABot Hontr Konar
China nayu t FARDXXS REMEDY
is a wonderful medicino for tho Wood
I have prrscrlbcil it hundreds of time 1
for Loproiy rind whon given In thno
It always cured tho patient I am
safely say that Loprosy will novor liteuk
out on persons who taVo PAniiKus
ItnttKnr regularly and I tulvisa nil iwr
sons living in countries where Leprosy
Is provident to tako PAitnKrB Iltiiunv
as a preventive
fOfl SALE nf AIL ORUCCISTS IN HONMUlu
WEE NEE Co
Mim hctutine and Impottine
J JZ W 3E Xu 32 X fc S
Xo mi Fort Street
Atwsjikt pon luntl a moit tlcgant atMrtmcnief
FINE JEWELRY
SOLID AND ILATJID SILVER WAKE
Evr broufhl to iMj market
Clocks NVatchcs Bracelets Neck
lott Pins Lockets Gold Chains
nml Guards Blcovo ButtoitH
Studs Etc Etc
And ornaments of all Vlndn
Elegant Solid Sllvor Ton Sato
And all kinds pf silver war soluble for presentation
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order
Repairing of watches and Jewelry carefully at
tended to ami executed In She most workmanlike
manner
ENGRAVJNG A SPECIALl V
Particular attention It paid to orders and Job work
from the other Island
BUHACH
The Great California
INSECT POWDER
The Genuine for Sale only by
Benson
Sm
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HONOLULU
New York Line
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CLASS VESSEL WILL E
AFIKST
dispatched Irom New YotV for Honolulu
to leave In all September All orders to cornc
by this vessel should be forwarded as soon
as possible For further Information address
the New York Agents Messrs V II Cross
mun Iro 77 and 79 llroad street New
York Cityor Castle Cooke Honolulu ILL
W E FOSTER
ARNESS MAKER HAS MOVED TO
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No 78 King street next to the Metro
politan Market
LOST
LADY VIOLET GOLD WATPH
A with chain and rlnc attached some
where between Captain Shepherds on Here
tarda street and the center of the city The
finder will be suitably rewarded on leaving
the article at the HERALD office
COTTAGEJO LET
Aj ralima Appjy to
V McCANDLESS
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FlshMarVet
QIGAR MAWS WANTED
OR TWO CIGAR MAKERS
ONE- st once Apply at vf
THE CRYSTAL- SODA WORKS
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H and
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MARINE
ill
Hartford vFiro Insuranco Co
Assets 95055000
Goinmorciul Insurniicc kGo
Kite and Matlnc -Assets
945000a
Anglo Novada Assurance- Cor
iioration
Fire and Marine
Capital Full Paid 2000000
SouthBritisli FifQ nndtMniiii6
Ihsurnnco Co
Capital - - - 10000000
Now York Life Insuranco Co
Assets 75000000
O O BEEGEB
HONOLULU
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Notable and Significant Items From The
iivViU niii
OF TUB
NEW YORK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
A total Income of over nineteen million two
hundred thousand dollars and payments to
policy holders of nearly eight million dollars
Interest income over three million seven
hundred thousand dollars being over 5J4 per
cent on average net ntscts and over nine
hundred thousand dollars in excess of dealh
looses paid
Market value of securities oei three million
six hundred thousand dollars injexcess of their
cost on the Companys tooki
Liabilities both actual and contingent pro
vided for and a surplus of over fifteen and a
half million dollar by the State standard
AN INCREASE of over three million
dollars In income over two million ia sur
plus over eight mlllon In assets over
sixteen million in insurance written and
of over forty four millions of insurance
In force
OYER riQUBES OP rCECEDlXO VEAR
Cash Asstij Januarr 1 1SS7 our Seiwlj Gie
Million Dollars
Insurance in Force January i 1887 over
Three- Hundred Million Dollars
i
xras kosav yoiuc tji im
Issues a greater variety of Policies than any
oilier t ompany inereuy auapting lis pontracts
lo the largest number of people It has
lately perfected a retujn prcmium feature un-
dcr which tnahy of lUpollcjes arelssued with
Guaranteed Return of all Premiums
Paid In addition to the Amount
Originally Insured
In rase of death during a upeeified period
The return or the New York Life Tonllie
Policies that have matured have been
Larger thin lhoe of any other Company
Whether Tontine or Ordinary comparison
being made between policies taken at same
age and premium rate and running through
the same period of time
Do not Insure until yon have seen full par
liculars of the New York Lifes Policies
IJ Igorccjrttndswer
OneMillion Dollars
i for Psitlculars Apply Jo
HQNqLyLU
0nraliVKnttorttie Hawaiian Islnnds
tn wuiYAai
itcto Jobcitbcincittfi
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Tty Vi 1
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CEBIES
Provisions and leedLltc
iFrcisli -Goods
Best duality I
Lowest Prices
MM WILDER
No 52 Fort Strcot
Honolulu K I
TEMPLE flFJASHION
GREAT EXCITEMENT FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
CATCH ON TO THIS
A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE at the TEMPLE OF FASHION where
Our Stock will be Sold at
REDUCED PRICES
V
DeciledTBargaiiis in Every Department
AVo will Allow on nil Uillfl iibovo SlO an Extra Cash
Discount ofj 5 por cent
JScdupcd 36ipch JIatistc from jo cents to 10 cents n yard
Great reductions in- Caicos Lawns at 5 cents per yard
Linen Lawn reduced to ao cents a yard-
Great Bargains in Dress Goods
Summer Silks Reduced to GO cts a yard
Great Bargains in I Iouso IPinniehing Goods
Indies Silk Gloves and Mitts reduced to 25 cents a pair
Embroideries and Laces Sold at Cost Price Great Uargaina in Corsets
Our entire Slqck of Ladies Misses and Children Shoes will be sold 15 per
cent less than Cost
Great reduction in Ladies Misses and Childrens Wear Childrens Dresses
Will be Sold at Manufacturers Cost
Boys Clothing at Reduced Maes
Boys Linen Suits at 150 Hoys Pants reduced to 65 cents a pair
Goods Sold for Cash oniyduringour Clearing Sale
S
JOHN NOTT
OSrurxber 8 Koahumanu Street
STOVES RANGES
Iron and Tin Ware
Clmndolior8lIamps and Imilorns
Water Pipe and Rubber I Iose
HOUSE KEEPING GOODS
PLUMBING- jflN COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK ETC ETC
- EGAN CO
Impoitcrs Of
Gents -Youths and Jioys Fino Custom Made Olotliing
Hats Caps Furnisliing Goods Trunks and Yalisos
AJso a Very Fine Xino of Gents Shoes
Corns Port aqd Mwchnt Straps Honolulu II I
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